Scotland’s largest agricultural products hub (“agri-hub”) is now fully operational at the Port of Rosyth with the arrival of the Baltic Mantis bulk cargo ship and her load of over 30,000 tonnes of animal feed from Argentina. As part of a long-term partnership with Forth Ports and Cefetra Ltd, the Fife port has now become the main Scotland’s principal agri-hub, …
Forth Ports secures new international health & safety standard
Forth Ports, one of the UK’s largest port groups, has achieved the new ISO 45001 standard in Occupational Health & Safety Management making them the first port group to be awarded this tough new international standard. The new ISO 45001 standard, which sets a single benchmark for the management of occupational health and safety, replaces the existing OHSAS 18001 health …
Port of Rosyth welcomes new Liebherr harbour mobile crane
The Port of Rosyth, Scotland’s best connected port, has welcomed their new Liebherr multimillion pound mobile harbour crane at the port for bulk handling primarily for Cefetra.
Maiden visit for Viking Star cruise ship at Port of Rosyth
Capital Cruising celebrate maiden visit of Viking Star cruise ship at Port of Rosyth with on board plaque exchange.
Forth Ports Board visits the Port of Rosyth
The Forth Ports Board, Chaired by Lord Smith of Kelvin, visited the Port of Rosyth today (17 Oct) for a tour and briefing on the role that the port has played as the marine hub for the construction of the Queensferry Crossing.